Does the court have a right to prevent information from being shared with a person with a stigmatized medical condition?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from W.A.C. v. C.V. F., 2021 ONSC 6894 (CanLII):

The mother is a person with a disability. Courts have previously recognized and protected from dissemination sensitive information related to stigmatized medical conditions. See Sherman Estate v. Donovan ¶ 77.

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